The Mid-Atlantic Center for Children’s Health and the Environment

The Mid-Atlantic Center for
Children’s Health and the Environment

A Resource for Moms in Prince
William County
Children are routinely exposed to environmental toxins in their homes,
schools, water and diets.  Where can
moms, parents, and caregivers in Prince William County find reliable
information on environmental toxins and their effects on children?
At the Mid-Atlantic Center for Children’s Health
and the Environment, we provide consultations on children’s environmental
health issues, at no cost.
The Mid-Atlantic Center for Children’s Health and
the Environment is a Pediatric Environmental Health Specialty Unit established
to assist healthcare professionals, public health officials, parents and others
who live or work in Maryland, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Virginia and West
Virginia and the District of Columbia. Our Center is affiliated with Children’s
National Medical Center in Washington, DC and the Children’s Hospital of
Philadelphia. 
The Mid-Atlantic Center responds to concern about a variety of
environmental health topics including:
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School related hazards.
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Indoor air contamination at home.
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Hazards of living near toxic waste sites.
·      
Daycare and preschool hazards.
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Inquires about potential toxins, such as
residential pesticides, lead, well water contamination.
·      
Bisphenol A (BPA) and Phthalates.
If you would like consultation on some aspect of children’s
environmental health please call toll free at 1 (866) 622-2431 or via email at macche@cnmc.org. More information is available at: www.childrensnational.org/macche.
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This is a sponsored post provided by the MAACHE Center at Children’s National.  This does not constitute an endorsement or medical advice.